October 26 - 27, 2018
Carnegie Mellon University celebrated the inauguration of its 10th president, Farnam Jahanian.
Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block enjoys a laugh with Carnegie Mellon University President Farnam Jahanian and Chairman of the CMU Board of Trustees Jim Rohr before the investiture ceremony officially inaugurating Dr. Jahanian as the university’s 10th president.
Carnegie Mellon University College of Fine Arts alumnus Tamara Tunie and the School of Drama Choir perform “How Can I Keep from Singing” during the inauguration of Dr. Farnam Jahanian as CMU’s 10th president.
Dr. Farnam Jahanian delivers his inaugural address after becoming the 10th president of Carnegie Mellon University.
Chairman of the Carnegie Mellon University Board of Trustees Jim Rohr, Carnegie Mellon President Farnam Jahanian and CMU Faculty Marshals Mary Shaw and Baruch Fischhoff celebrate Dr. Jahanian’s inauguration as the university’s 10th president.
Alumni couple pledges largest scholarship gift in university history.
Lead grant from Allegheny Foundation kicks off latest project in revitalization of institution's engineering buildings.
There are many rules when it comes to academic regalia, but aside from the requirement of four horizontal bars on each sleeve to denote the highest university rank, presidents are free to design their own.
The next time you swipe your card at an ATM machine that isn't affiliated with your regular bank, think of Tris Jahanian. You're probably using her software.
A two-part symposium will feature 10 distinguished professors from across the university, who will discuss their innovative work and its power to enhance lives.
The investiture ceremony is the highlight of a two-day celebration at CMU. Watch parties will take place in the Cohon University Center's Lee Lobby, Kirr Commons and Studio Theater.
Salesforce CEO Keith Block, Cornell President Martha Pollack, and actors Corey Cott and Tamara Tunie to celebrate event.